Peavey unleashed a handful of new amps this year. The Penta Rossington Edition gives you 140 watts of signature tone from Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist Gary Rossington, and it offers five selectable preamps for supreme versatility. The 3-channel, 120-watt 3120 gives you a powerful head with adjustable speaker resonance to craft a trio of your favorite guitar tones. Peavey once again joins forces with Joe Satriani, for the JSX 50, a 50-watt tube head built for hitting the stage.
Strap manufacturer Levy’s offers up six new Jimi Hendrix guitar straps authorized by Authentic Hendrix, each with a stylized signature and a unique, colorful style. All of these new Jimi Hendrix straps are printed and embroidered onto Levy’s soft-leather black straps. Hendrix fans will be lining up around the block to get their hands on these!
Marshall‘s MG Series offers analog tone with the added convenience of digital effects. Every Marshall release tends to be a big deal, and these look to be no exception. Of course, there are matching cabinets, as well. And, being a Marshall, you know it sounds amazing!
Vox‘s new AC4TV heads and combos are 4-watt amps based on the famous AC4 from the 1960s. Boasting some improvements on the original design while retaining the key features, these practice/recording amps are equipped with 12AX7/EL84 tubes, a Celestion speaker (combo only), and a built-in 1-watt power attenuator.